Rings / Radially Assembled Retaining Rings / BE

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Part Data

  • Housing or Shaft Shaft
  • Axial or Radial Radial
  • Shaft Diameter Ds 0.375 inches
  • Ds mm 9.50 mm
  • Groove Diameter Dg 0.3030 - 0.3060 inches
  • Groove Width W 0.060 - 0.063 inches
  • Groove Depth D 0.0360 inches
  • Free Diameter Df 0.296 - 0.302 inches
  • Thickness T *** 0.033 - 0.037 inches
  • Bow Height Bh 0.060 - 0.076 inches
  • Outside Diameter G 0.660 inches
  • Clearance Dia. Installed In Groove L2 0.680 inches
  • Weight Per 1000 Pcs. 1.500 lbs.
  • Edge Margin Y Min. 0.072 inches
  • Outer Groove Wall To Face Of Retained Part J Max 0.055 inches
  • Outer Groove Wall To Face Of Retained Part J Min 0.045 inches
  • Hardness ST 47.0 - 52.0 HRC
  • Hardness SS 44.0 - 51.0 HRC
  • Hardness BC 34.0 - 43.0 HRC
  • Interchange Waldes Truarc 5131 37
  • Interchange IRR 1001 37
  • Interchange Anderton N1504 0037
  • Interchange Mil Or Aero MS16634C 37
  • Interchange Din

Performance Data

  • Thrust Load Ring Safety Factor Of 3 Pr 700 lbs.
  • Thrust Ld. (lbs.) Groove Safety Factor Of 2 Pg 315 lbs.
  • R.P.M. Limits Standard Material RPM 20000
  • Resilient Take-Up Of Tolerances A & B 0.010 inches
  • Force Needed To Flatten Rings 55 lbs.

Tool Data

  • End-Play Ring Applicator A-561

Materials

  • Carbon Steel (SAE 1060-1090)
  • Stainless Steel (PH15-7 Mo, PH17-7)
  • Beryllium Copper
  • Special Material Grades

Finishes

For plated rings, add .002" (.05 mm) to the listed maximum thickness.

  • PA - Phosphate, Carbon Steel
  • PD - Phosphate and Oil, Carbon Steel
  • PAL - Phosphate with Sealer, Carbon Steel
  • HPD - Heavy Phosphate and Oil, Carbon Steel
  • ZD - Zinc Plating, Carbon Steel
  • ZF - Zinc Bright, Carbon Steel
  • ZDL - Zinc Dichromate with Sealer, Carbon Steel
  • HZDL - Heavy Zinc Dichromate with Sealer, Carbon Steel
  • Z3X - Trivalent Chromate over Zinc, Carbon Steel
  • ZFF - Zinc Flash, Carbon Steel
  • CF - Copper Flash, Carbon Steel

Description

Radially Assembled, External Bowed E. Compensating for accumulated tolerances is what a BE Bowed retaining ring is designed to do on a shaft. Once snapped into the groove, bowed rings exert a force or a preload on the retained parts for the range specifie

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Notes

CAD Models are provided for informational purposes only and may not represent the final part you receive.  Manufacturer assumes no responsibility for any such inconsistencies , and disclaims any liability to any party for any loss, damage, or disruption which may arise therefrom. Always contact Manufacturer for final measurements when specified in your design.

 

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